Joel Crouch and John Crowder

About this Webinar


The focus of the webinar will be a discussion of tax cases decided during the first quarter of 2023 along with other announcements and developments from the IRS

Key Topics

Review recent income tax cases

A discussion of how the IRS is already spending a portion of the $80 billion in funding

How the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Bittner is expected to change the approach to FBARs


Course Level: Basic
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CPE Credit:
1.20 Hrs.
MCLE Credit:
1.00 Hr.

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About the Speakers

Joel N. Crouch, J.D.


Joel counsels and advises businesses, wealthy individuals and families about their most demanding tax planning, estate planning and IRS controversies. He often works with tax professionals and financial specialists to help develop solutions for their clients. Joel is a Partner in the firm and is Board Certified in Tax Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Joel has been recognized as one of the best in his field by Texas Monthly and Law and Politics magazines by being named a Texas Super Lawyer from 2003 through 2022. He has also been named one of the Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine for the years 2012-2022. Mr. Crouch has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America© in Tax Law for the years 2015-2023. Best Lawyers in America© recognized Mr. Crouch as "Lawyer of the Year" in Tax Law for Dallas/Ft. Worth in 2022.

Joel is a frequent speaker on procedural and substantive tax issues for legal and accounting professionals. Some of his topics include: Tax Shelter Defense, IRS Examinations, Appeals, Litigation and Collection Strategies, IRS Criminal Investigations, IRS Offshore Activities, IRS Focus on Tax Professionals, Employment Classification, IRS Penalties, and Litigation Partnership Tax Cases. He has also published various articles regarding the IRS and tax procedures.

Read his bio here. You can contact Mr. Crouch at 214-744-3700 or by email at

John D. Crowder, J.D., LL.M.


Mr. Crowder practices in the areas of Income Tax Litigation, Estate and Gift Tax Litigation, White Collar and Government Regulatory Litigation, and Income Tax and Business Planning. He represents individuals and businesses in all stages of tax disputes, including examinations with the Internal Revenue Service, administrative appeals, voluntary disclosures, and litigation. Mr. Crowder’s practice also concentrates on white collar crime such as securities, tax, and bank fraud. His tax planning practice includes federal, state, and international tax planning for individuals and businesses seeking to minimize tax obligations.

Mr. Crowder served as a Judicial Extern for Chief Justice Noma Gurich of the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

Mr. Crowder was admitted to practice in Texas in 2019.

Read his bio here. You can contact Mr. Crowder at 214-744-3700 or by email at